The result in this instance was that before I had more than assimilated the gist of the word which had been brought to the fields, I was alone, watching my co-workers
His grand-uncle Stephen had built the engines for the Savannah, the first American steamship to cross the Atlantic Ocean; and his cousin Alfred was the friend and co-worker
of Morse, the inventor of the telegraph.
He is the peer of heaven and earth"; "A co-worker
in Divine transformation".
His thoughts were of Jeanne Le Brocq, his co-worker
at Bredin's, and a little cigar shop down Brixton way which he knew was in the market at a reasonable rate.
feel this call and that's why many of them are here.
SYDNEY, June 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Coinciding with World Environment Day, global packaging leader Amcor announces it is partnering with the Earthwatch Institute for the fourteenth successive year, to offer co-workers
the opportunity to participate in environmental research expeditions to Brazil and India.
New York, May 31 ( ANI ): Nearly 55 percent of people hook up with multiple co-workers
over the years, a new survey has claimed.
28, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- With inspiration provided by the breast cancer survival story of a lineman's wife, Ameren Illinois co-workers
are wearing pink hats to raise awareness of and money for breast cancer research and early detection.
com)-- Research proves co-workers
play a significant role in enhancing employee engagement.
were also generous in donating their sick-leave time, so that he could frequently visit Kerry in the hospital.
At their pioneering Edinburgh store, the company will match new starts - or co-workers
as they are called in store - with workers at the other end of the age spectrum.
There's no pressure for bosses to improve schedules and time-off benefits when you can replace longings for family and friends with other co-workers